At John Amato Nissan of Milwaukee, we operate a Nissan Service Department staffed with factory-trained technicians ready to provide our customers with their vehicle’s next Four-Wheel Alignment Service. Wheel alignment is vital maintenance for keeping your tires at their best in support of pleasant driving, maximum tire life, enhanced safety, and reduced long-term operational costs. Putting off a much-needed alignment service will cause tires to wear rapidly, increase the risks of a tire blowout, and increase your costs due to replacing tires that have worn out prematurely.
At John Amato Nissan of Milwaukee, the four-wheel alignment service begins with our factory-trained technicians and computerized wheel alignment equipment. The computerized wheel alignment equipment relies on lasers to precisely measure the three angles – camber, caster, & toe – where the wheel assemblies meet the steering components. Where the angles are misaligned, our technician will adjust the angles to restore factory specifications across all four wheels.
Wheel Alignment is the automotive industry phrase that describes how the wheels meet the steering components and their position when the front wheels turn relative to each other. When all four wheels are in alignment at factory specifications, the front wheels are pointed in the correct direction, are pointed in the correct direction to turn parallel to each other, and with the tread meets the road flatly.
With wheel alignment being vital for your tires and your driving experience, the symptoms of wheel misalignment typically involve troubling tire wear with reduced driving comfort if the wear goes unnoticed and if the corrective maintenance gets put off. Here are the most common telltale symptoms of wheel misalignment:
We provide Four-Wheel Alignment Service at a remarkable quality and value that our customers have come to expect with each trip to our service center. Our Nissan Service Department is conveniently located in Milwaukee near Glendale, Shorewood, West Allis, and Wauwatosa, WI.